On November 30, 2014, Kobe Bryant became the first player in NBA history to log 30,000 points and 6,000 assists. It's an astounding feat that comes as the result of incredible talent, great consistency, and impressive longevity. LeBron James, who is currently at 23,901 points and 6,012 assists, is probably the only other player who will join Kobe, making it a lovely party of two. That got us thinking: What other sort of random—but ridiculously impressive—statistical clubs are there in the NBA?
We dug around game logs, yearly totals, averages, and playoff performances and turned up small groups of players who will forever live in NBA history. Find out why Stephon Marbury and Latrell Sprewell are members of one of these 10 Insanely Elite Statistical NBA Clubs.